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. so, why don't i quickly just open it up. maybe i'll start with marina, since your experience at this is so personal, and maybe ask you just on a very basic level whether you think life for ordinary iranians has gotten better or worse? the last few years, and just give us a kind of -- your best sense of what the human rights landscape looks like today versus, say, five years ago or a decade ago. >> well, i guess this all depends on how much people know here about how bad, the absolute disregard for human rights iran is in general. i don't know how much you know actually about it. in 1979, when the revolution succeeded, we hoped that iran would actually become a democracy but that was not the case. my dad was a ballroom dancing instructor in iran. i'm actually a christian in iran, and dancing became illegal, holding our boyfriend's hand in public was illegal, and in school we had to cover our hair and ourselves, and i had grown used to wearing t-shirts and wearing a bikini, and all of this became illegal so in classroom, in science and literature and geography, these are the ea
to reconcile. so why don't i quickly just open it up. maybe i will start with marina turks here is that this is so personal and may be asking even a basic level whether you think life for ordinary irradiance has gotten better or worse in the last few years. just give us your best sense of what the human rights landscape looks like today versus a five years ago were a decade ago. >> well, i guess this all depends on how much people know here about the absolute disregard for human rights in iran is in general. i don't know how much you know actually about it. in 1979 when the revolution succeeded we had hoped that promises freedom and he cannot we had hoped iran would become a democracy. that was not the case. my dad was a ballroom dancing instructor, a christian from iran. dancing became illegal, singing became illegal, holding your boyfriend can the public became illegal in the school now we have to cover our hair and cover ourselves. i've grown up wearing a miniskirt and tight t-shirt and i'd dancing on the beach, wearing a bikini. all of this he came up they so with literature
, pacifica, san francisco, the marina district, danville hills, belmont to san jose and mountain view and there's a window. some of the totals, about a .50 to 1.50. right over the marina district about 15 minutes ago. it was pouring. looks like things have let up. moderate to heavy rain. some moderate to heavy rain there over towards emeryville, the bay bridge, berkeley, oakland. you can see the red. that's pretty heavy. coming in right back to the east bay. you can see stretching there from concord, san ramon, 680 corridor, dublin, pleasanton, livermore, back to san ramon, pretty good line also from heyed -- hayward. back to the peninsula, there's been enhancement, especially san mateo, belmont, woodside. right along the san mateo coast near skyline, now stretching to the santa cruz mountains. south coast, woodstock, you can see mountain view head heading up and just getting to san jose. things are not look -- things are not as active there but they are getting there soon. you can see the santa cruz mountains. that whole line is moving. so forestville 1.30. san francisco, .75. i thin
for policy-makers to reconcile. why don't i quickly opened it up? maybe i will start with marina since your experience is so personal and maybe ask you, and a basic level, whether you think life for ordinary iranians has gotten better or worse in the last few years. give us your best sense of what the human rights landscape looks like today verses say five years ago or a decade ago. >> i guess this all depends on how much people know hear about the absolute disregard for human rights in iran. i don't know how much you know about it in 1979, when the revolution succeeded, we had hoped that the promise of freedom and democracy, we had hoped iran would become a democracy but that was not the case. my dad was a ballroom dancing instructor and i am a christian from iran. dancing became illegal and singing became illegal and holding your boyfriends and in public became illegal and, in school, we had to cover our hair and ourselves. i had grown into wearing miniskirts and tight t-shirts and i was dancing on the beach wearing a bikini and all this became illegal. in the classroom in math and scienc
for humans. but others say there's no place nearby to let dogs run off leash. >>> another redwood city marina reportedly may be sold displacing more than 100 people who live on their boats. sources tell ktvu that a buyer has been found for the docktown marina. this comes after tenants after nearby pete's harbor were given a january eviction date. people who live there, say 120 people will be forced to relocate. they say many people who live on their boats are on a fixed income and cannot afford to move. >>> 7:25. sal, can you use your traffic magic to help the folks on highway 24. >> i'm trying to. one of the tricks is to tell you about trouble spots on the way. 24 is not bad between walnut creek and oakland. you will see some slowing but we've not had any major problems. looking at the bay bridge toll plaza, it's still pretty thick backed up all the way out to the macarthur maze. there will be a day, maybe friday and possibly tomorrow when you are gonna start seeing traffic start getting lighter as we get close to christmas. some people start taking time off. i think friday might be the day
to san francisco, parts of san francisco, experiences wet roadways here, especially toward the marina, the heavier stuff is toward the golden gate bridge and extending toward parts of the east bay. around oakland and berkeley -- some -- moderate downpours for this part of the area. for the rest of the north bay still showers up in parts of marin and sonoma, we will hold on to the possibility of a fairly good bet of rain shower activity throughout the day today but changes for tomorrow. impact on the roadways, more updates in just a few. >> all right. people in east palo alto continue to watch a newly repaired levee. despite rain the creek stayed quiet last night. crews stacked sandbags on the left levee that failed. >>> in this is new video of snow in the sierra. there is a winter storm warning right now. higher elevations seeing snow showers and chain controls are also in place. two to five inches of snow are expected throughout the day. yesterday human traffic jam on interstate 80 caused by accidents and temporary shut downs due to snow affected thousands. >> it's all right. i don
service include offices in san francisco on sloat, at the marina green, macy's and the airport. also taking part, the post office at the each ridge mall in san josi. that is where we talked to a couple sending a care package to their daughter. >> we are hoping that we're in time for christmas; if we waited too much longer i'm afraid it wouldn't have gotten there by christmas. >> oakland is also adding special collections next sunday. the postal service said monday, december 17m a week from tomorrow will be the busiest mailing day of the year. that is when they expect 655 million cards, letters and packages processed nationwide. best way to avoid the rush is to mail your cards, letters and packages as early as possible. advice not lost on eye san josi women sending gifts to relatives out-of-state. >> that is where she shopped early to get it out first thing. >> each post office taking part in the sunday service will be open in 3:00 p.m. >>> fedex says tomorrow will mark its busiest day in history of the company when it ships an estimated 19 million packages in 24 hours. that is up
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, southbound traffic is backed up as you drive past 238. we have a couple of minor things near marina boulevard. really most of the slow traffic is between hayward. let's go to steve. >> thank you, sal. >>> just heard from oakmont, 29 degrees. 29 degrees. i think it will be -- oh, yeah. i think it will be 24, 25 tomorrow morning. tomorrow morning will be colder. just letting you know. a few clouds developing along the coast because, well, that very cold unstable air has more to work with over the seasonably warmer ocean water than inland. still some partly cloudies along coast. otherwise it will be mostly clear. 30s. temperatures have been going down. yesterday at this time we were in the mid-50s. we were 20 degrees cooler. big temperature drop today. the morning team on k-fog -- >> yeah. >> weekend rain that will be our attention. see some of those clouds pointing around, cape mendocino, northern snow na coast, toasting -- sonoma coasts. it's cold. it will be colder tomorrow. some of that cloud cover will work its way around the coast. i will say partly cloudy on the coast. mostly sunny inland
, the marina area, the sunset richmond district, perhaps a few scattered showers falling on your rooftop as well. as i slide down to over south san francisco, half moon bay, san mateo still try at the moment. this will be on and off through the morning hours. and then it will turn to a steady, moderate to heavy rain at times for your afternoon. the wind will also be picking up along with the front and some active weather, a possibility with the storm thunderstorms definitely will be an issue if we get through the afternoon. you may see an isolated thunderstorm or two, i should say. your forecast here, anywhere from .50 to 1 inch for the north bay. .25 to 1 for the south bay. ant inch expected for the santa cruz mountains. not as much rain as we saw on sunday. it will be gusty at times and the ground is so satch sea uted, 2 won't -- is so saturated, it won't take a lot to topple trees. morning showers linnering erging through wednesday -- lingering through wednesday. i will be tracking the models for you. in the meantime, we'll continue with the dry weather through. weekend. back to you.
. look at havre de grace. yes we are looking at the tide water marina but you can't tell too much. and looking towards susquehanna river but putting this in motion, not a lot of change as we go through time. gradually throughout the day we will start to clear things out. but in the meantime, temperatures this morning coming in on the mild side once again. 51 in goldsbor heo and as we go throughout the day, well we will have the chance for showers in the forecast as well. let's check the abc2 timesaver traffic with lauren cookgood mo use the low beams to combat the fog. delays on 95 in white marsh and southbound travel low from vat 43 to the throughway volume prier -- persists on # 95 slow from parkville to towson a live look at west side at liberty road it's going take 12 extra minutes to travel the outer loop from 795 down to 70. 83 nice and clear up in hunt valley. megan and charley over to you. >>> more news weather and traffic coming up in a half- hour. >> thanks for joining us. now back to good morning america. [ cheers and applause ] >>> nice crowd out in times square this m
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as america gets its first look at a former marinas he sits locked up in a mexican prison, shirtless and chained to the bed post over what lawyers say is a trumped up charge of carrying a supposedly illegal shotgun over the u.s. border into mexico. john hammer appears to be unharmed in this image, but the conditions that he's being held in are what is worrying his family. and when his mother was asked about how this photo made her feel when she saw it earlier today, she said the emotions for her are simply too much to bear. >> i'm shattered. i was just shattered. he looks -- he looks so hopeless, and, you know, as a mother to see your child look like that, and not be able to help them is just -- it feels obscene. martha: i can just imagine how she feels. eric shawn is here with us here in new york on the background on this story. good morning, eric. >> he served in iraq and tkpw-pbz and no afghanistan and you can see former u.s. marine john hammer is locked in solitary confinement in a mexican prison chained by his foot to a bed over what his family calls a clerical error. they were
by herself and have a successful career serving the people of marina and sonoma counties. she's been a tireless voice for family-friendly policies, for protecting the coastline of northern california and for bringing our troops home and ending the misguided wars in iraq and afghanistan. lynn was a leader of the congressional progressive caucus and i call her the mom of the caucus. and her passionate voice on progressive issues, she will be missed. her leadership will be missed and it will be a great vacuum for us to fill in the future. bob filner had a years' long odyssey for filipino veterans who fought along u.s. troops in world war ii but were denied benefits through their service. so the war -- the united states congress broke its promise it had made to these veterans and for decades to follow, they struggled to secure fair treatment, similar to that afforded to the men who fought alongside them. as chairman of veterans' affairs committee, bob filner was in the middle of this fight. i wish him well as he moves on to a new phase to his service to the people of san diego. jose baca
and the united states economy and jonathan marina, who is a senior fellow who has written extensively about the united states investment, and what it has meant for us on a host of issues we will start with a conversation with drew faust. she is a woman leader of one of our finest institutions. she is a woman leader. we have been focused on women's leadership. she has been at harvard since 2007. before that she was at the university of pennsylvania for 25 years. her academic career has focused on the civil war and the american south. she has been a prominent historian. as the president of harvard, she is focused on ensuring that there is education opportunity for all, for insuring that harvard remains diverse on every level and harvard remains the place that is attracting the best in the united states regardless of background as well in the world. she has spoken eloquently about the role that harvard plays not only in insuring educational leadership but our economic leadership as well. with that i would like to invite drew up. [applause] >> thank you for being here. >> my pleasure. >> let's
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